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Summer at the Lake (Count on a Cop)

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Kristin McCarthy hears him before she sees him. The melody of his saxophone glides across the summer night. The music's healing effect on her daughter has Kristin seeking the person who can play so beautifully. Too bad Rick Cooper is a cop. With all she and her daughter have experienced, police don't rank high on their get-to-know-you list.

Still, Rick could be one of the g
ebook, Harlequin Super Romance #1560, 256 pages
Published May 2009 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Michelle Palmer
Sweet story with very likable characters. Mom and daughter retreat to a friends lake house after a very traumatic experience to try to heal. Their neighbor is a policeman on leave trying his best to heal himself as well. The three and a wonderful therapy dog become an amazing family and help each other to become whole again. Fabulous characters and a wonderful story.
A good, solid read. I enjoyed the characters and the way Ashley's trauma was dealt with. Though I understand (to a degree) Kristin's feelings, something about her rubbed me the wrong way, especially toward the end. I can't imagine dealing with what she did, but something seemed off.

I really enjoyed the romance and the way it tied together with the story, though.
Patricia Solla
This story involves a woman and her daughter getting away from it all to help the daughter who has been involved in a traumatic incident and a cop who is taking refuge from a traumatic incident that involed him. There's some interesting action and of course, romance is involved also.
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Linda's emotional stories of contemporary romance have earned many industry awards through Romance Writers of America chapter contests. In 2011, Quarterback Daddy took first place in the Write touch Reader's contest while in 2010, Summer at the Lake did the same. Previously, she's garnered the Holt Medallion and The Award of Excellence among others. With laughter and tears, she touches the hearts ...more
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